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Cuban Americans could lose travel rights to Cuba - I hope it happens opinion

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Rob Sequin | Havana Journal According to Juan O. Tamayo’s report in the The Miami Herald, Cuban Americans may be restricted to traveling to Cuba only once every three years if a rider is approved in the US spending bill making its way through Washington. As you saw in the title, I write that I… Read More

Romney gets right wing Miami endorsements

Posted in Cuban Americans > Cuban American Politics

Article by Cameron Joseph of The Hill with commentary by Havana Journal publisher in bold below. Regarding my background, I am a registered Republican from Massachusetts and have lived here since 1985. I lived here while Mitt Romney was Governor. I voted for Mitt for Senator running against Ted Kennedy… Read More

Herman Cain learning to speak Cuban - video

Posted in Cuban Americans > Cuban American Politics

Excerpts from Kim Geiger article in Los Angeles Times Asked by Miami Herald reporter Marc Caputo what he thinks of the “wet-foot, dry-foot” policy that allows Cubans who reach U.S. soil to stay, Cain was stumped. “The wet-foot, dry-foot policy?” Cain asked, as if he had never heard of it. The… Read More

24,000 propaganda texts per month from Radio Marti to Cuba

Posted in Cuban Americans > Cuban American Politics

By JUAN TAMAYO | Miami Herald Cuba alleged Monday that Radio/TV Martí is violating the country’s laws and may disrupt its cellular text-messaging system with a computerized system that can send up to 24,000 text messages a week to cell phones on the island. Developed for mass marketing campaigns,… Read More

Havana Journal Launches Proprietary Cuban Document Retrieval Service

Posted in Cuban Americans > Cuban Americans

Havana Journal Inc, a Massachusetts based media network, has announced it is now offering a proprietary Cuban document retrieval service that can obtain hard-to-find Cuban birth certificates, Cuban death certificates, Cuban marriage certificates and other documents directly from Cuba. This service from… Read More

Little Havana Cuban sandwich and restaurant owner is back in business

Posted in Cuban Americans > Cuban American Business

Michael E. Miller | Miami New Times On a warm morning in March, trash blows across a sidewalk in east Little Havana as a bus screeches to a halt in front of an empty restaurant. Its windows are too dark and dusty to see inside, but a banner near the roof offers signs of life: “Coming Soon: Raúl… Read More

Marielitos invited to watch Voices of Mariel boatlift film in Tampa

Posted in Cuban Americans > Cuban American Culture

Thirty Years Later, the Voices from Mariel are Strong and Vibrant On April 1, 1980, five political dissidents seeking asylum crashed a bus through the gates of the Peruvian embassy in Havana, Cuba. In the following days, 10,000 people stormed the embassy grounds, signifying wide-spread disdain for Cuba’s… Read More

Cuban Fellowship at James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation

Posted in Cuban Americans > Cuban Americans

Call for Nominations and Applications for Cuban Fellows for the James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation 2011 Summer Institute on the Constitution Meridian Exchanges is pleased to offer this call for nominations for, and applications from, qualified Cuban fellows for the 2011 Summer Institute on… Read More

Cuba’s Past, Present, and Future - ICCAS Cuban Studies Certificate Program

Posted in Cuban Americans > Cuban American Culture

The Institute for Cuban and Cuban-American Studies (ICCAS) at the University of Miami is proud to open enrollment for the upcoming CUBAN STUDIES CERTIFICATE PROGRAM to be held from February 7 until March 2, 2011 This high level, intensive program is designed for professionals and others interested in… Read More

Rene Lecor brings skateboards to Cuba

Posted in Cuban Americans > Cuban American Culture

Patrick Oppmann | CNN Rene Lecour’s plan started out simple: Take his son on a skateboarding trip to someplace “epic.” While he and his son, Kaya, were searching the internet, they saw videos of Cuba’s skateboarders making do with beaten-up and jerry-rigged boards. Economic shortages… Read More

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